Check out the most popular news stories on Domain Name Wire from September.
1. Ethereum Name Service sues to stop eth.link domain sale – The judge issued a temporary restraining order returning the domain to the previous owner, but I also think Ethereum Name Service doesn’t understand what happened. At stake: an $852,000 auction sale and a web3 service that depends on a web2 domain.
2. New owners of .Link have big plans: it’s about more than just websites – Speaking of .link, the top level domain has a new owner with big plans.
3. Epik gets new CEO as Rob Monster moves to non-executive role – Epik’s controversial founding CEO is out. The new one appears to have similar views on free speech.
4. Which top level domains are truly popular? – As always, it depends on how you measure it. As always, it depends on how you measure it.
5. Newfold Digital is acquiring MarkMonitor from Clarivate for $302.5 million – Brand protection registrar has yet another corporate owner.
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#406 – Using data to improve domain investing – Listen for some seriously interesting data about selling more domains
#405 – Scaling your domain portfolio – Bob Hawkes talks about how some domain investors scale their portfolios. And should you even bother?
#404 – Real domain investor results in 2022 – Logan Flatt and Mark Levine return to the show to divulge their actual results so far this year. How does it compare to last year?
#403 – 13 interviews from NamesCon – Just what the title says!
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